Denver Kimpton Unveils New Guestrooms

Kimpton's Hotel Monaco Denver has unveiled 189 completely renovated and redesigned guestrooms helmed by Susan Caruso of California-based Intra-spec design.

The Green Seal Certified downtown hotel is also poised for additional renovations to the hotel with plans for a revamped lobby and meeting spaces currently in the works.

The new design work by Caruso highlights Denver's urban yet adventurous lifestyle boasting bold patterns in rich colors - the rooms are eclectic with nods to varying world cultures.

In each guest room, modern pieces complement traditional world culture and western classics such as the geometric carpeting in chocolate and persimmon coupled with the damask drapery in tangerine.

A sexy boudoir feel is also channeled through chocolate and turquoise pillows with a playful pony print faux fur throw. Additional design highlights include the wing back chair and ottoman in silver and teal velvet damask and the rounded mahogany bed bench covered in a white-hot faux crocodile.

A kitschy European flair also enters into the aesthetic with a modern steamer trunk nightstand featuring a Grecian-styled lacquer lamp.

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Located within the city’s former World Trade Center building, the property will feature 341 guestrooms and 92 residences.

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